Digital Citizenship (also known as online safety) has always been a key part of our curriculum in school. Over the past couple of years digital citizenship has become even more important due to isolation and home learning. Our pupils are spending increasing amounts of time on various online platforms and devices. Please scroll down below to see a range of videos and information which you can share with your child at home to help them ‘Stay Safe’ whilst online.
Children across the whole school are enjoying taking part in a range of activities to help them stay safe whilst online.
Please click on the links below to access a 'How to guide' to set up parental controls on Android and Apple to help keep our children safe at home.
12th June - Sharing Images
‘A Guide to Sharing Images – Primary aged Children’ has been produced by ThinkUKnow for parents and carers. It explores why children like to share images, the risks and what you can do as a parent or carer. Please click on this link to watch - https://tinyurl.com/parentvideo1
After watching you might like to complete the following short activities with your child/ren.
Nursery & Reception - https://tinyurl.com/esafetypermission
Year 1 & 2 - https://tinyurl.com/sharingimages
Years 3-6 - https://tinyurl.com/oktoshare